Is there a link between food packaging and miscarriages?

Published: 11 June 2005
Category: Cancer link & plastic packaging, Hormonal Changes, Packaging CONCERNS

According to the Guardian, “Scientists in Japan have found evidence of a link between recurrent miscarriages and a chemical widely used in food packaging.”

The article further asserts, “women with a history of miscarriages were found to have higher levels of the compound in their bodies.”

The scientists allegedly have made the connection between miscarriages and bisphenol A, which is used in plastic food containers, cans and dental sealants.

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